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Kolej Kemahiran Tinggi MARA


Ledang, Johor

LAB SHEET 1
GROUP’s MEMBERS : ID: CLASS :
1. 1.
DKM
2. 2.
3. 3.
4. 4.
ASSESSOR’S COMMENT: MARKS:

DIPLOMA OF COMPETENCY IN COMPUTER NETWORKING AND


PROGRAM/CLASS :
SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION (DCN)
SESSION : JUL - NOV : YEAR - 20 SEMESTER : 1
MFN1013 /
CODE/COURSE : SHEET NO : LS1
COMPUTER NETWORKING
NO OF STUDENTS : WEEK :

DURATION : 3 HOURS VENUE : CISCO LAB


LECTURER :

UNIT 2.0: ADVANCED SWITCHING TECHNOLOGIES


TOPIC :
3.0: ADVANCED ROUTING TECHNOLOGIES

2.1 LAN Redundancy


2.3 Link Aggregation
SUB-TOPIC : 2.2 Wireless LANs
3.1 Adjust and troubleshoot single-area OSPF
3.3 EIGRP

At the end of this lab, student should be able to :


LEARNING 1. Apply LAN redundancy and Link Aggregation in LAN network
OUTCOME : 2. Configure Wireless router for Wireless LANs
3. Combine different network in LANs network using OSPF or
EIGRP protocol.

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TOOLS / 1. Computer.
EQUIPMENTS / 2. Switch and Router.
MATERIALS : 3. Wireless Router
DRAWING AND
Refer to Appendix 1
DATA :

INSTRUCTION : You are require to configure switch and router bassed on the given
network topology
PROCEDURE
STEP KEY POINT
Task 1: Design an IP Step 1: Write the IP address in the Addressing Table for each
addressing scheme devices. Use the below table as references:
based on network
topology given Addressing Table (example)
Device Interface IP Address Subnet Mask Default
Gateway
R1 Fa0/1
S1 VLAN 1
S2 VLAN 1
S3 VLAN 1
PC1 NIC
PC2 NIC
PC3 NIC
Wireless LAN
Router

Port Assignments –S1(example)


Ports Assignment Network
Fa0/1-0/5 802.1q Trunks(Native
VLAN55)

Port Assignments –S2(example)


Ports Assignment Network
Fa0/1-0/5 802.1q Trunks(Native
VLAN55)
Fa0/8 VLAN25 – Admin
Fa0/9 VLAN45 – Marketing
Fa0/10 VLAN85 – Technical

Port Assignments –S3(example)


Ports Assignment Network
Fa0/1-0/5 802.1q Trunks(Native
VLAN55)
Fa0/6 VLAN45 – Marketing

Subinterface Configuration Table-Router 1 (example)


Router Interface Assignment IP Address
Fa0/0.25 VLAN 25
Fa0/0.45 VLAN 45
Fa0/0.85 VLAN 85
Fa0/0.55 VLAN 55

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Task 2: Prepare the Step 1: Cable a network that is similar to the one in the topology
Network diagram.

Task 3: Perform Basic Step 1: Configure the switches and router according to the
Configurations following guidelines.
• Configure the switch and router hostname.
• Configure banner MOTD for each switch and router
• Configure an EXEC mode password of class.
• Configure a password of cisco for console, telnet/ssh and
auxiliary connections
• Shutdown all switch ports.

Task 4: Configure and Step 1: Configure the Ethernet interfaces on the host PCs.
Activate Ethernet Configure the Ethernet interfaces of PCs with the IP addresses
Interfaces and default gateways listed in the addressing table.

Task 5: Configure Step 1: Configure appropriate VLANs for each switches.


VLANs on the
Switches VLAN VLAN Name
VLAN 1 Management
VLAN 70 Finance Department
VLAN 737 Sales Department

Step 2: Configure access port for user access for each switches.
Assign appropriate data VLAN for each switchport.

Step 3: Configure the Management interface address on all


switches. Use interface VLAN1 as Management interface.
Remember to configure ip default-gateway for each switches as
the gateway.

Step 7: Check connectivity between VLANs.

Step 1: Configure mode spanning-tree for each switch with rapid-


Task 6: Configure
pvst.
Spanning Tree
Step 2: Configure root primary and root secondary based on
Appendix 1.

Step 3: Verify the configuration successes by using command


show spanning-tree for switches.

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Task 7: Configure Step 1: Configure the G0/1 interface on R1 and R2 with three
Router subinterfaces, one for each VLAN identified in the Subinterface
Configuration Table at the beginning of the lab. Configure these
subinterfaces with dot1q encapsulation, and use the first address
in each VLAN subnet on the router subinterface.

Do not assign an IP address to the physical interface, G0/1 but be


sure to enable it.

Step 2: Verify the routing configuration.


At this point, there should be three networks configured on R1
and R2. Verify that you can route packets to all three by checking
the routing table on R1 and R2 by using command show ip
route.

Step 3: Verify inter-VLAN routing


At this point, you should be able to ping any node on any of the
three networks configured on your LAN, including the switch
management interfaces.

Step 4: Configure Hot Short Redundancy Protocol (HSRP)

Step 5: Verify the functional of configured HSRP by shutdown the


interface G0/1 on R1 or R2.

Step 6: Configure dynamic routing protocol to route different


network and Loopback0 network. Use eigrp or single-area ospf
routing protocol.

Task 8: Configure Step 1: Open the Graphic User Interface(GUI) and set up as
Wireless Router below:

SETUP
• Internet Setup:
- Internet Connection type: Static IP
- Internet IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway
• Network Setup
- Router IP, Subnet Mask
- DHCP Server Settings
DHCP Server:Enabled, Start IP Address, Maximum
number.
WIRELESS

• Basic Wireless Settings


- Network mode, SSID, SSID Broadcast
• Wireless Security
- Security Mode: WPA2 Personal

Step 2: Configure network for GUEST in router R2.


Step 3: Verifying connection with the Loopback0 network.

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RESULT :

1. Attach configuration for each Device. Use tftp method for configuration
2. Write troubleshooting method use during laboration process.
3. Write all command use for testing and troubleshooting

REFERENCE :
1. Dye M, McDonald R, Rufi A, “Network Fundamentals, CCNA Exploration Companion
Guide”, First Edition, Cisco Press, 2007,ISBN 978-1587132087.
2. CCNA Exploration 4.0: LAN Switching and Wireless Student Lab Manual.
3. CCNA Exploration 4.0: LAN Switching and Wireless Student Packet Trace Manual

Checked by :

Signature :

Name :
Designation :

Date :

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APPENDIX 1

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